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By using the standard Google Maps API service, you can get the geolocation of one address at a time. However, if your project requires the geocoding of hundreds or thousands of batch addresses, you will need a suitable instrument that is able to quickly provide you with a list of geographical coordinates (latitude and longitude) relevant to hundreds of thousands of national or international addresses. Would you like to understand how it works without any obligation or costs? Try the Address4 FREE TRIAL dedicated to geocoding Google Maps in bulk: you just have to subscribe and you can unlock the functionalities of the software and have clear evidence of Address4 advantages.

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Getting the geographical coordinates of one or more addresses is a useful operation in lots of business sectors, including the home delivery of products, information material and profiling potential customers in order to plan marketing strategies. But how can you batch geolocate a whole address database without losing quality?

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